Morning Announcement

Monday December 5, 2022

     Word of the Day

Penchant (pen-chänt)  N.  Inclination

Mrs. Serillo’s 2nd period class should report to room 003, period 4 and 7 should go to room 626 and period 5A should report to room 435 today.

This year's spring musical is Chicago. The only way to gain access to audition materials and join the google classroom is to submit a signed student contract. Please check your email from Mrs. Britez for information. Stop by the choir room with any questions about joining our cast and crew. It's going to be an amazing show!

 Key Club and National Honor Society are working together this holiday season to adopt local families in need. The sign up to donate clothes, toys, and more can be found on the Key Club and National Honor Society google classrooms. Please make sure the gifts are not wrapped, and are brought to room 409 by Wednesday December 7th. They also should be labeled with the family and child the gift is for. If you have any questions please see Ms. Margerison, Ms. Portillo, or Mrs. Lunardoni!

Good morning Art Society members!  We have a get together this Wednesday December 7 after school.  We have snowflake ornaments and watercolor postcards for painting.  See our Classroom page for more information.  See you then!


The Class of 2024 is selling Holiday Grams, a boxed Hershey Kiss, for you to send some cheer to a friend, teacher, or even yourself to bring home to a family member. Holiday Grams can be bought for $5. See any member of the 2024 student council, Mrs. Mitchell or you can purchase during lunch.

This week is National Computer Science Education Week. Did you know? The first computer was invented in the 1830s by Charles Babbage. It was called the Analytical Engine and was programmed by Ada Lovelace using punch cards. If you think you might have an interest in coding, join the Girls Who Code club this Thursday, December 8th after school in room 218 to complete an Hour of Code. All are welcome.


This Thursday the Class of 2026 is is hosting a Panera Bread fundraiser at the Route 10 East Hanover location. Place your order between 4 and 8pm and the proceeds will be donated to the class fund. Remember to use the code FUND 4 U at checkout or show the flyer sent to your email.


Attention students: HOSA needs your help. Now through December 16th, the HOSA club will host a Food Drive with the Interfaith food pantry network for the holiday season. Drop boxes will be in front of the theater entrance and room 003 for all donations. To check out what donations are needed, you can check the list at the location of the drop boxes. All help is appreciated.


Hello Hornets, would you like to help with a great cause? Well, from today through December 16th, Mrs. Klinck’s Freshman Seminar classes will be collecting animal care supplies and holding a bake sale with all donated proceeds going to Mount Pleasant Animal Shelter.  Donation boxes will be located outside the theater as well as room 320.  See flyers around campus for specific items needed.  Holiday time is the perfect time to adopt a pet you will never forget or help those animals less fortunate!